Enjoy this exhibition of art created by people in our region who are served by three organizations: Creative 360’s Express Yourself Artshop; Do-Art Studio & Gallery; and The Arnold Center. Each of these organizations has a focus on making arts opportunities accessible to everyone. The exhibit opened Friday, September 11 and features 48 pieces of 2D and 3D art. Some is available for purchase! View the exhibit in our gallery during office hours through October 11. You can also enjoy our virtual gallery online. It is always free to attend one of our exhibits. Donations are welcome!
About the Exhibiting Organizations
Creative 360’s Express Yourself Artshop in Midland provides a place for those with physical, intellectual, and psychological disabilities to create, explore and learn art in its many forms. It is a safe and caring community that encourages and promotes each person’s self-expression.
The Do-Art Studio & Gallery community arts program in Bay City brings artists with and without disabilities together to produce and sell their work. It offers artists-in-training a chance to gain confidence in their skills and acquire new ones as they build friendships.
The Arnold Center’s Kaleidoscope Creative Arts program creates a space where individuals can develop artistic skills and expand motor ability, while exploring their own unique ability to produce art. Enjoy this opportunity to view some wonderful original art, some of which is available for purchase.
Photo: Our Wonderful World 30 x 26 pastel created by Artshop students Connor Brown, Colleen Dolan, Sarah Geisert, Melanie Hafelein, Jessica Lumbert, and Justine Wenzel under the guidance of artist Emiliano Vega. $150